ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION AGENDA

Minutes of the 180th Meeting
Brookfield Zoo Discovery Center
Orientation Theater
3300 Golf Road
Brookfield, IL 60513


September 16, 2003 9:00 A.M.

*Documentary Material Enclosed

Item 1: Call to Order, Roll Call, and Introduction of Attendees

Item 2:* Adoption of Agenda

Item 3:* Approval of Minutes of the 179th Meeting, May 6, 2003

Item 4: 2004 Proposed Meeting Schedule

3 February, 10:00 a.m . - Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Springfield
4 May, 10:00 a.m. - Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe
3 August, 9:00 a.m. - University of Illinois, Urbana
26 October, 10:00 a.m. - Pere Marquette State Park Lodge, Grafton

Item 5: Election of Officers - INPC Nominating Committee Report

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
John Sommerhof Election of Officers
Nominating Committee
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 6: Election of Advisors and Consultants

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
John Sommerhof Election of Advisors and Consultants
Nominating Committee
Nature Preserves Commission

Nominated Advisors:

Dr. William Shilts Dr. George Vander Velde Dr. Derek Winstanley

Nominated Consultants:

Gerald Adelmann John Comerio Dr. Kenneth Robertson
Dr. Robert Betz Kenneth Fiske Valerie Spale
Bruce Boyd Jerry Paulson Marilyn Campbell
John White

Item 7: INPC Staff Report

REPORT
Carolyn Grosboll and John Nelson
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 8: IDNR Staff Report

REPORT
Glen Kruse
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation

Item 9:* Adams and Brown Co. – Robert A. Evers Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The proposed 363.87-acre Robert A. Evers Land and Water Reserve lies within the southeastern portion of Siloam Springs State Park and is owned and managed by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR). Located within the Galesburg Section of the Western Forest-Prairie Natural Division, the site includes approximately 345 acres which are recognized by the Illinois Natural Areas Inventory (INAI) as McKee Creek Barrens and Sedge Seep (#1088). The site is recognized as a Category I site, containing 8 acres of high-quality dry-mesic barrens and as a Category II site, for the presence of 5 state-endangered and threatened plants: savanna blazingstar (Liatris scariosa var. nieuwlandii, ST), buffalo clover (Trifolium reflexum, SE), drooping sedge (Carex prasina, ST), Wolf’s bluegrass (Poa wolfii, SE) and leafy bulrush (Scirpus polyphyllus, ST). The decision to name the reserve in honor of Dr. Robert A. Evers came from a recommendation posed by the Musselman Audubon Society of Quincy in 1974, which originally sought to name a nature preserve within Siloam Springs State Park in honor of this local botanist who contributed much to the botanical knowledge of western Illinois. Dr. Evers also contributed much to the initial efforts of the Illinois Nature Preserves Commission (INPC). During the 1960s, he served as a consultant and was called upon to inspect natural areas and report back to the Commission. In 1963, Dr. Evers published an article entitled "Some unusual natural areas in Illinois and a few of their plants" in the Illinois Natural History Survey Biological Notes. This publication served as the first "inventory" used by the Commission prior to the establishment of the INAI.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 10:* Cook Co. – Bartel Grassland Land and Water Reserve, Registration

Bartel Grassland, located within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois in southern Cook County, is owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPDCC) and is proposed to be registered as an Illinois land and water reserve. Approximately 585 acres of Bartel Grassland, also known as Vollmer Road INAI site (#1358), is proposed for registry. This INAI site currently provides habitat for a number of grassland dependent bird species including the state endangered Henslow's sparrow (Ammodramus henslowii). The FPDCC recently initiated a large scale natural community restoration at Bartel Grassland, by removing five miles of tree rows, disabling its drainage tile system, and replacing exotic grasses with a matrix of native grasses and forbs. One of the main restoration components of Bartel Grassland is the re-establishment of its wetlands, creating a mosaic of mesic to wet prairie with patches of sedge meadow and marsh communities. This site is not only significant on a statewide basis because of its habitat for grassland birds, but also for its large-scale hydrological restoration.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Kim Roman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission
John Eliott
Forest Preserve District of Cook County

Item 11:* Cook Co. – Orland Grassland Land and Water Reserve, Registration

Orland Grassland is a 960-acre site owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPDCC), and approximately 898 acres are proposed to be registered as an Illinois land and water reserve. It is found within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois, and in southern Cook County in Orland Township. Orland Grassland qualifies as a land and water reserve because it provides habitat for the state-endangered Henslow’s sparrow (Ammodramus henslowii) and numerous other grassland-dependent bird species. The FPDCC, in conjunction with the US Army Corps of Engineers, CorLands, and Audubon-Chicago Region, has recently initiated a large-scale restoration project by removing woody plants from 506 acres and has begun wetland, savanna, and woodland restoration on the remaining 392 acres. Seeds and other propagules of prairie, wetland, savanna, and woodland plants are being restored to the appropriate areas. Beginning in 2004, drain tiles will be disabled. Large areas are being selectively treated with herbicide to control invasive plants including teasel, reed canary grass, giant reed grass and others. The FPDCC’s restoration plan for Orland Grassland is to expand and improve upon the grassland bird habitat, protect and restore the existing remnant natural communities, and restore non-native or highly disturbed natural communities to prairie, savanna, woodland, and wetland communities.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Kim Roman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission
Mike Konrath
Forest Preserve District of Cook County

Item 12:* Piatt Co. – Upper Sangamon River Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The proposed Upper Sangamon River Land and Water Reserve is a 640.27-acre area, owned by the IDNR, along the Sangamon River east of Allerton Park and southwest of Monticello in Piatt County. The site is in the Grand Prairie Section of the Grand Prairie Natural Division. This area protects a 2.3 mile segment of the Sangamon River, a river recognized by the INAI as a biologically significant stream (#449). The Sangamon River provides important habitat for a relatively high diversity of mussels including the state threatened slippershell, Alasmidonta viridis. The proposed land and water reserve primarily includes the south half of the river and land on the south side of the river. Three state-threatened birds, and two state-listed snakes occur in or near the proposed Upper Sangamon River Land and Water Reserve. These are: brown creeper (Certhia americana), red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus), loggerhead shrike (Lanius ludovicianus), Kirtland’s water snake (Clonophis kirtlandi), and the eastern massasaugua (Sistrurus catenatus). In addition, this area contains forest habitat that is over 100 acres in size and has the ability to support forest bird species that require large blocks of forest to thrive. This site adjoins the east boundary of Allerton Park, an extensive park that preserves nearly 1,000 acres of forest including high-quality upland and floodplain forest recognized by the INAI (#1043). The proposed land and water reserve and Allerton Park together comprise one of the largest remaining forests in central Illinois.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Eric Smith Registration Approval
District Heritage Biologist
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation, Region III

Item 13:* St. Clair Co. – Jackson Slough Woods Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The proposed Jackson Slough Woods Land and Water Reserve is a 79-acre forest owned by the IDNR. The site is located approximately 5 miles south of Mascoutah in the Effingham Plain Section of the Southern Till Plain Natural Division and is bordered on the east by the Kaskaskia River. The proposed land and water reserve is part of the 181-acre Jackson Slough Woods INAI site (#242) which was designated for its grade A and B wet to wet-mesic floodplain forest, grade B southern flatwoods, and a population of the state-endangered buffalo clover (Trifolium reflexum). The proposed land and water reserve will protect approximately 56 acres of grade A and B wet to wet-mesic floodplain forest and 23 acres of grade C young to mature second growth floodplain forest. The site is also part of a 7,300-acre forest along the unchannelized portion of the Kaskaskia River. This is the largest unbroken block of forest in Illinois, and as such, is especially significant for forest interior birds such as the Cerulean warbler (Dendroica cerulea) and American redstart (Setophaga ruticilla). The Kaskaskia Corridor has been receiving increased conservation and protection effort because of its state-wide significance. Jackson Slough Land and Water Reserve is another addition to these protection efforts.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Diane Tecic Registration Approval
Regional Administrator
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation, Region IV

Item 14:* Tazewell Co. – Dirksen-McNaughton Woods Land and Water Reserve, Registration

Dirksen-McNaughton Woods, owned by the Pekin Park District, is approximately 828 acres. The proposed land and water reserve contains approximately 690 acres of second growth forest, 50 acres of secondary grasslands in four fields, one of which is scheduled for prairie-savanna restoration, and 90 acres of agricultural fields in ten fields, all of which are scheduled for forest restoration. The proposed reserve consists of three separate units (Dirksen Unit [340 acres], McNaughton North Unit [117 acres], and McNaughton South Unit [371 acres]), which together support a breeding bird community that contains no less than 17 area-sensitive species known to suffer from forest fragmentation (as defined by IDNR Natural Heritage Technical Publication #1). The forests, which are representative of the Grand Prairie Section of the Grand Prairie Natural Division, are dominated by oaks (Quercus spp.), hickories, (Carya spp.), and sugar maple (Acer saccharum) in mature areas and a variety of other species in early successional areas. Lick Creek and its major tributaries flow through Dirksen-McNaughton Woods, which enhances the overall ecological importance of the site. The Pekin Park District plans to maintain public activities in the proposed registered area as previously established, but wishes to permanently register this site to ensure protection of natural features and improve natural resource management and forest habitat restoration.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Tom Lerczak Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 15:* Will Co. – Lake Renwick East Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Forest Preserve District of Will County (FPDWC) owns the 815-acre Lake Renwick Preserve, a land and water complex which provides habitat for one of Illinois’ largest heron rookeries. It lies within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois, in northern Will County. The 320-acre Lake Renwick Heron Rookery Nature Preserve, co-owned by the FPDWC and the IDNR, was dedicated in 1992 to protect in perpetuity nesting habitat of the great blue heron (Ardea herodias), double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus), great egret (Ardea alba), and the state-endangered black-crowned night heron (Nycticorax nycticorax). The FPDWC wishes to add to the permanently protected acreage of this site by registering 138 acres of "Lake Renwick East" as a land and water reserve. This wetland and prairie restoration site will buffer the existing Lake Renwick Heron Rookery Nature Preserve and provide nearby foraging habitat for its nesting birds.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Kim Roman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 16:* Will Co. – Rock Run Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Forest Preserve District of Will County (FPDWC) owns or holds easement on several large tracts of land totaling over 974 acres within the Rock Run Greenway which lies in the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division, on the west end of Joliet. The FPDWC is proposing to register 125 acres of the 231.5-acre tract located north of Black Road, known as the Rock Run Preserve which is the largest, high-quality natural area within the larger greenway and has recently received funds for natural community restoration. Rock Run Preserve is significant on a statewide basis because of its sizable high-quality sedge meadow/wet prairie natural communities and the presence of the state-threatened Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Kim Roman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 17:* Will Co. – Theodore Marsh Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Forest Preserve District of Will County (FPDWC) proposes to register 140.35 acres of the 174-acre Theodore Marsh as an Illinois land and water reserve. Located within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division and the Rock Run greenway (974 acres of Forest Preserve managed properties), the site contains good quality remnant marsh and sedge meadow communities, with degraded wet to wet-mesic prairie around the margins of the riparian zone. This site is also part of Theodore Street Marsh INAI site for breeding wetland birds (#1486). The FPDWC has recently been awarded a management grant and is implementing large scale restoration and management activities at this site. Theodore Marsh Preserve is significant because of its sizable sedge meadow/marsh natural communities and the foraging and potential breeding habitat it provides for several state-listed bird species.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Kim Roman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 18:* Kane Co. – Littlejohn Woods Addition of Buffer to Helm Woods Nature Preserve, Dedication

The proposed 70.3-acre Littlejohn Woods addition of buffer to Helm Woods Nature Preserve is owned by Dundee Township. The proposed buffer addition is located in Kane County, within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. The Littlejohn Woods addition of buffer consists of 13 acres of high-quality woodlands identified on the INAI for Helm Woods (INAI #623) and approximately 57 acres of an old field community. Helm Woods Nature Preserve, owned by the Forest Preserve District of Kane County (FPDKC), was granted final approval for dedication at the Commission’s 135th Meeting in May, 1992 (Resolution #1123). Dedication of the proposed Littlejohn Woods addition of buffer to Helm Woods Nature Preserve will increase the total acreage protected by the FPDKC (149.8 acres), Dundee Township Park District (13 acres), and Dundee Township (70.3 acres) to 233.1 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 19:* Kane Co. – Nitch Addition to Sleepy Hollow Ravine Nature Preserve, Dedication

Mr. Joe Nitch proposes to dedicate approximately 1-acre as an addition to Sleepy Hollow Ravine Nature Preserve. Both the proposed addition and Sleepy Hollow Ravine Nature Preserve are located in Kane County, within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. Sleepy Hollow Ravine was included on the INAI (#624) in recognition of the high-quality seep and mesic upland forest communities surviving within the ravine and a barrens community located atop the south side of the ravine. Sleepy Hollow Ravine Nature Preserve is owned in part by Mr. Glen Spiegler who owns 7.4 acres of the lower portion of the ravine and the Forest Preserve District of Kane County which owns 4.3 acres of the ravine and adjacent upland. Dedication of this tract will increase the size of Sleepy Hollow Ravine Nature Preserve from 11.7 to 12.7 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 20:* McHenry Co. – Dolly Kuetemeyer Woodlands Addition of Nature Preserve Buffer to Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve, Dedication

Mr. Warren Kuetemeyer wishes to dedicate approximately 6.95acres as nature preserve buffer to Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve. The proposed Dolly Kuetemeyer Woodlands buffer addition honors the memory of Mr. Kuetemeyer’s late wife, Dolly. The Dolly Kuetemeyer Woodlands buffer addition is a dry-mesic upland forest community dominated by mature oaks (Quercus spp.). The proposed addition is located adjacent to Boone Creek Fen and Seep (INAI #1015) and serves as an important ground water recharge zone. The proposed buffer addition and Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve are located in McHenry County, within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve was conferred final approval for dedication at the Commission’s 156th Meeting, August 1997 (Resolution #1376). Dedication of the Dolly Kuetemeyer Woodlands as nature preserve buffer will increase the acreage of land protected within or adjacent to the Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site from 88.15 to 95.1 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 21:* Cook Co. – Addition of Nature Preserve Buffer to Sagawau Canyon Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPDCC) proposes to dedicate 150.6 acres as nature preserve buffer to Sagawau Canyon Nature Preserve. Sagawau Canyon Nature Preserve is a 12-acre canyon with a high-quality dolomite cliff natural community (INAI #256) that is owned by the FPDCC. Final approval for dedication of Sagawau Canyon was granted at the Commission’s 99th Meeting in May, 1984 (Resolution #799). Both Sagawau Canyon Nature Preserve and the proposed nature preserve buffer addition are located within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. The proposed buffer addition includes dolomite prairie and graminoid fen that are being restored as part of a settlement agreement reached between the Chicago District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Material Service Corporation and administered by Corporation for Open Lands (CorLands). One element of that settlement agreement calls for the FPDCC to submit areas being restored to the INPC for formal protection. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 179th Meeting (Resolution #1716) in May, 2003.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 22:* Iroquois Co. – Addition to Hooper Branch Savanna Nature Preserve, Dedication

The IDNR wishes to dedicate 77 acres as an addition to Hooper Branch Savanna Nature Preserve. Hooper Branch Savanna Nature Preserve, located in the northeastern corner of Iroquois County in the Kankakee Sand Area Section of the Grand Prairie Natural Division, is a 483-acre site owned by the IDNR. It is managed as part of IDNR’s Iroquois County State Wildlife Area and is a critical piece of the much larger Kankakee Sands macrosite. This INAI site (#577) is comprised of five natural communities: dry sand savanna, dry-mesic sand savanna, sand flatwoods, mesic sand prairie, and successional field. All but the latter community are of high biological quality. Three state-endangered plants are found on site: bristly blackberry (Rubus setosus), eastern blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium atlanticum), and primrose violet (Viola primulifolia). The proposed addition is on the eastern boundary of the existing Nature Preserve, and was formerly used to support dove hunting. With the recent acquisition of a 200-acre agricultural field, the IDNR has moved its dove hunting program from the proposed addition to the recently acquired property. While most of the 77 acres have been planted in winter wheat and sunflower crops to support dove hunting, approximately 25 acres of the proposed addition is recognized on the INAI (#577). This acreage is critical in helping complete preserve design. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 179th Meeting (Resolution #1717) in May, 2003.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Eric Smith Final Approval for Dedication
District Heritage Biologist
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation, Region III

Item 23:* Lake Co. – Addition of Nature Preserve Buffer to Liberty Prairie Nature Preserve, Dedication

Libertyville Township proposes to dedicate 18.97 acres as addition of buffer to Liberty Prairie Nature Preserve. Liberty Prairie Nature Preserve is a 47-acre parcel located in central Lake County within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. The site was recognized by the INAI (#1252) for its high-quality prairie and fen plant communities that include: mesic, wet-mesic and wet prairie; graminoid fen, sedge meadow, and marsh. In addition, the site provides habitat for the state-threatened slender bog arrow-grass (Triglochin palustris). Liberty Prairie Nature Preserve was conferred final approval for dedication at the Commission’s 129th Meeting in November, 1990 (Resolution #1047). The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 176th Meeting (Resolution #1666) in August, 2002. Dedication of this 18.97-acre buffer addition will provide additional land protection and increase the size of the Nature Preserve from 47 to 66.97 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 24:* Lee Co. – Addition to Franklin Creek Nature Preserve, Dedication

The IDNR proposes to dedicate 8.5 acres as an addition to Franklin Creek Nature Preserve. Franklin Creek Nature Preserve is a 189.41-acre nature preserve owned by the IDNR and dedicated as a nature preserve in July, 1970 with additions in October, 1970 and May, 1996. Franklin Creek Nature Preserve is located in the central portion of Franklin Creek State Park and is included on the INAI (#1068). The Nature Preserve contains upland and floodplain forest, sandstone cliff, and hill prairie natural communities representative of the Oregon Section of the Rock River Hill Country Natural Division. The proposed addition contains dry mesic and mesic upland forest. With dedication of this addition, the Nature Preserve will total 197.91 acres. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 179th Meeting (Resolution #1718) in May, 2003.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Todd Bittner Final Approval for Dedication
District Heritage Biologist
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation, Region I

Item 25:* Macoupin Co. – King Forest Nature Preserve, Dedication

King Forest, owned by Mr. Mitch King, is a 17.5-acre site included within the 40-acre Chaney Woods Natural Area (INAI #30), recognized on the INAI for a 37-acre, grade B, dry-mesic upland forest. The proposed nature preserve supports approximately 15 acres of the grade B forest plus 2.5 acres of grade C, dry-mesic upland forest, both of which are natural communities representative of the Carlinville Section of the Western Forest-Prairie Natural Division. The dry-mesic forest supports large canopy individuals such as white oak (Quercus alba), black oak (Q. velutina), shagbark hickory (Carya ovata), and mockernut hickory (C. tomentosa). The owner wishes to ensure the continued protection and proper restoration management of King Forest by having it dedicated in perpetuity as an Illinois Nature Preserve. The Commission conferred preliminary approval for dedication of this site at the 179th Meeting (Resolution #1719) in May, 2003.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Tom Lerczak Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 26: Cook Co. – Bluff Spring Fen Nature Preserve Restoration Project

Bluff Spring Fen Nature Preserve was conferred final approval for dedication at the Commission's 112th and 116th meetings in recognition of high-quality graminoid fen, sedge meadow, and calcareous seep wetland communities. The boundary of the Nature Preserve, as presented in the proposal for dedication, encompasses two gravel pit lakes. Re-contouring occurred in 1990 that included pushing an earthen berm and overburden into one of the gravel pit lakes. In addition, prairie sod was transplanted to Bluff Spring Fen Nature Preserve with a special permit issued by the INPC. At the 161st Meeting, the INPC authorized the Deputy Director for Stewardship to review and approve additional earthmoving and recontouring activities to restore the old gravel pits within the Nature Preserve. This work has not been completed. After considerable negotiations, the INPC has entered into a Fen Protection Plan with Bluff City Materials, Incorporated which provides for the installation of an underground pipe to carry discharge currently running from Bluff City Materials’ property across the surface of the Nature Preserve into Poplar Creek. Bluff City Materials is developing an underground aggregate mine on its property immediately south of the Nature Preserve and developing the aggregate resources of Gifford Lake to the east of the Nature Preserve. As a part of the Fen Protection Plan, the recontouring approved at the 161st Meeting will be conducted. In addition, the Fen Protection Plan calls for the installation of pipes to carry water discharged from a settling pond on the Bluff City Materials’ property to the south directly into Poplar Creek. Currently these flows cross the surface of the Nature Preserve and are causing erosion and sedimentation problems. In addition, an inactive second pipe will be placed along the south end of the property to allow for the capture of any potential redirected flows from Gifford Lake. Changes in the watershed of Gifford Lake have resulted in excess water flowing from the outfall to the east of the Nature Preserve causing erosion though the higher quality areas of the Nature Preserve. The placement of the second culvert will provide an option for diverting this additional water. Staff felt that these pipes were not anticipated at the time of the delegation of authority and require further approval of the INPC.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
John Nelson Approval of the Placement of Pipes
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 27: Lake Co. – Illinois Beach Nature Preserve and North Dunes Nature Preserve - Update on Asbestos Investigations and Remediation

REPORT
Randy Heidorn
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 28:* Natural Areas Acquisition Fund Fiscal Year 2004 Land Acquisition and Stewardship Proposals

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Patti Reilly Commission Recommendation
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation
Brian Reilly
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation

Item 29: Public Comment Period (3 minutes per person)

Item 30: Other Business

Item 31: Adjournment


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